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It's The Fonz and the whole "Happy Days" family!A veteran auctioneer has on display a baby boomer delight: hundreds of vintage lunchboxes featuring the heroes of their childhood's comic books, TV shows, cartoon strips, movies and more.The private collection's proceeds will benefit younger generations of the owner's family.Karp has 250 for auction ending Sept. 30 .Karp shouts upstairs to son Justin, who with his brother Jonas marks the fifth generation of Karps in the auction business, to ask how much different lunchboxes have sold for online.Unfortunately, Karp said, many of the lunchboxes lack the thermos that originally came with them, so those without could draw lower bids as a result.Karp, 71, reluctantly allowed his sons to bring his auctions into the internet age, and the business takes bids online from anywhere, and by email and phone.
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